4 edition of El ruido y la furia found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Sin embargo, Caddy se ensucia con su ropa interior. I thought if I could read this novel, I would show that I was more intelligent than what people from afar believed. Herbert le promete a Jason Compson un trabajo en su banco. En 1898, cuando la abuela de los chicos Compson muere, estos se ven forzados a jugar fuera de la casa sin comprender del todo la escena que se desarrolla en el interior.
La idea de Quentin del incesto gira en torno a la idea de que si ellos "could just have done something so dreadful that they would have fled hell except us" 51. Dilsey es tratada mal y abusivamente, sin embargo permanece leal. Somewhere between naked consciousness and brutal incomprehension, the novel is nothing if not cerebral.
En este recuerdo, el Sr. At times a 5 star book. Three of the sections are narrated by the three Compson brothers, Benjy, Quentin and Jason. The false confession of incest can be seen as an attempt to discharge his duty as an aristocratic Southern male via sharing her guilt.
You're sort of lost for the first 70-100 pages. The first section of the novel is narrated by Benjamin "Benjy" Compson, a source of shame to the family due to his diminished mental capacity; the only characters who show genuine care for him are Caddy, his older sister, and Dilsey, a matronly servant.
why am I thinking about this? Compson, Loretta Devine en el papel de Dilsey, Ahna O'Reilly como Caddy Compson y Scott Haze como Jason Compson. It might well have been something that El ruido y la furia actually happened to you, but was some fantasy you had years ago. Lots of flashbacks, shifts in perspective, and often pages and pages with few if any paragraph breaks.
Lustre lleva a Benjy alrededor de la propiedad de Compson para buscar un cuarto que ha perdido. But you never get lost. Traveling forward fifteen years to my college days, I saw The Sound and the Fury as I was perusing a national bookstore chain and bought it because I felt like any educated native Mississippian must read that mythical author from the northern part of the state to be whole.
So I left it until later, four years later if I remember correctly, and I'm glad that I did.
The presence of italics in Benjy's section indicates significant shifts in the narrative.